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Anne Wilton to parishioner: Foot & Mouth; Stewarding at Walsingham

Writing to Mr S J Aldus. Just found out Pat Scrutton is in hospital - wondering where that leaves managing the pilgrimages. As this is a Foot & Mouth free area it should not cause any trouble. Abel to steward this year? The pilgrimage numbers can be quite large (1,100 from Northampton Diocese schools) so need to spread the net wider. Hence will be writing to parishes in the Deanaries to ask for volunteers.

Milton, Anne Miss

Bishop Cary-Elwes to Fr Campbell: Visitation date

Suggest Wednesday July 2nd - arriving on the day as have another appointment in the area. Sorry to hear about Dr Helsham, his Jesuit brother gave a poor account of it. Cyril Banham is doing well - have to curb his enthusiasm to keep him within his health compass.

Cary-Elwes, Dudley Charles Rev (1868-1932)

Bishop Clark to Fr Sloan: Carry on

Bishop will have to supply at Aldborough as David [Thomson] has gone into hospital. Would like to release you, but practically, cannot do so. Let him know if cannot do the minimum. "Your people have got to realise that they are privileged to have a priest celebrating Mass." There is no replacement.

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Mr Cozens-Hardy: Future of Blakeney

Fr Langley's deteriorating health understandably gives cause for concern. There are no plans yet for Blakeney. It is a mission station and part of Walsingham/Wells parish, it is not a parish in its own right. Pastoral charge of Blakeney upon Fr Langley's death by another priest is not predictable. Bishop hopes the committee will continue to be responsible for the practical "running of the church".

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Clark to Mr Warwick: Back from Peru

Good to know Mr Warwick is settling back in.; but pace yourself. Mr Duffin's illness makes the Bishop preoccupied about his top executives! Having just returned from Peru have a mountain of mail

Clark, Alan Charles Rev DD (1919-2002)

Bishop Keating to Fr Flynn: Abstain from alcohol; Visit the Bishop

Taking into consideration Fr Flynn's health, the doctor's certificate, family worries and belated confession of culpability. However, cannot overlook the failures in duty which had happened before - how many times without detection? You cannot expect your flock to make sacrifices if you do not. You had not acknowledged your intemperance but it is a cause. You are under obedience to discontinue immediately all use of alcoholic stimulants - another omission of Sunday Mass will mean the deprivation of your cure.

Keating, William Frederick Rev (1859-1928)

Bishop McGuiness to Bishop Clark: Knights of Malta and Walsingham Hostel

Thanking Bishop Clark for the copies of correspondence with the Knights of Malta about their venture in Friday Market.
Reflecting on discontent with the Knights for not keeping Bishop Clark informed of their activities. They "... live in a different world from the rest of us poor mortals."
Sorry to note that Bishop Clark was ill and could not attend Mary's funeral; Bishop McGuiness was almost late himself after his windscreen was shattered by a pheasant from the Royal Estate.
Manuscript annotation: "a/d personally 9/11/83"

McGuiness, James Rev (1925-2007)

Bishop Smith to Correspondent: Resolution attempts; No full-time priest at Dersingham

Understands the difficulties and is trying to do something about it: to relieve pressure on Deacon Matthews and to provide a priest for Sundays. Despite what is possible a full-time priest will not be provided for Dersingham.

Smith, Peter David Gordon Rev LLB JCD (1943-2020)

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